New Stamps Release with Visible Image

Hello My Lovelies!

Check out my newest creation for Visible Image Stamps! I constructed this attractive art tag that features a number of techniques and different images from Visible Image. Its my first time incorporating an art tag onto a card.

To create this card I used following:

The chain and padlock from the Heavy Metal set;
the Classic Face rubber stamp;

the Grunge Polka Dot background stamp; and
the Grunge Flourish stamp.

You will also need your favorite Tim Holtz Distress Stains.
I used Aged Mahogany, Chipped Sapphire, and Peeled Paint.

I created a background with the dye and diluted it by spraying water on it. I patted the tag to soak up some of the excess ink and set it aside to dry.

Next I stamped the Grunge Polka Dots in red on the lower 1/3rd of the base of the card.
I stamped the Grunge Flourish in VersaMark Watermark ink in each of the upper right and left hand corner.
After the inks dried I distressed around the edge of the card with Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Antique Linen and Walnut Stain.

I then glued down a strip of black cardstock and cut a notch in it.
After the tag finished drying, I stamped the large feather from the Free Your Imagination at the base and top of the tag in sparkly silver ink.

Next I took the word "free" from the Free Your Imagination sentiment and stamped it several times, not re-inking the stamp between stampings, to create a shadow effect.

I then stamped out the "your" and "imagination" from the same sentiment.

Next I took the flock of crows from the same Free Your Imagination set and stamped them in the top right-hand corner.

After that, I took the Classic Face rubber stamp and selected just the eye to ink. I used the stamp free of a cling block and wrapped it against my finger to stamp the image I wanted.

I finished off the tag by stamping the chain and padlock from the Heavy Metal set and the ink spotches from the Free Your Imagination set, just eyeballing where I would like them. It doesn't have to be perfect.

Add a button or two and you're done!

I hope you enjoyed this. It was a lot of fun to make. Check out our  Visible Image Blog & Facebook Group!

You may purchase any of the Visible Image stamps that you have seen in this post from right HERE.


  1. Ms Rachael! WOW you totaly blew me away with this! It looks freaking awesome! Love the eye and just drool over the padlock! So have to get these stamps too now!

  2. Wow! This is amazing, thank you for your comment on my post, the answer to your question is, no I don't "like" pan pastels, I love them! They are an amazing medium, so smooth and easy to use, a worthwhile investment xxx


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